How To Organize Hot Tea

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  1. Janet says:

    Love! Thanks for the box source! Tazo Zen is my go to (hot or iced!) and I always have half boxes floating around with everything else… this will help sort into caffeinated and decaf varieties too! ?

  2. Ardith says:

    This is a very fun post on a topic near and dear to my heart, Shayna. Thanks so much for sharing it (and the link to the tea boxes). In recent years I’ve been buying my tea bags in bulk. Stash teas are my jam, especially the Mango Coconut flavor. I buy 100 bags at a time on subscription. When the box arrives I transfer them to a tall glass container, and keep that container on a kitchen shelf. I also keep other flavors, like organic camomile, in glass jars in our pantry. Since I have a number of home items in bamboo, I think I need to incorporate one of these tea boxes into the storage plan. Thank you again for sharing this post and best wishes to all three of you. Cheers, Ardith

  3. Janet Hurlbrink says:

    Looking forward to seeing your options for unwrapped tea bags. Thanks for sharing

  4. Robbin says:

    Ahhhhhh, a fellow hot tea drinker!!! I don’t drink coffee at all (YUCK!) but I love hot tea and this looks like a great way to keep it organized!!! Thanks for sharing!!! Blessings from Missouri!!! And by the way, your house looks AH-MAZING!!!! I love watching an empty worn out house become a beautiful life-filled home!!! Keep the pictures coming!

  5. sarah says:

    Love this! I have so much tea and need a new way to organize it, and this is perfect!

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